Everdry Waterproofing of Indianapolis

Basement Waterproofing Carmel, IN

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At Everdry Basement Waterproofing we help Carmel Indiana, homeowners with their basement waterproofing needs. Whether you have recently noticed a leak, have detected a musty smell in your basement, or you’re being proactive and want to prevent water damage before it’s too late, our team of highly trained and experienced basement waterproofing professionals can help. We’ll gladly visit your home, inspect your basement, and recommend the service that is most appropriate for your situation.

Basement waterproofing is extremely important because there are few things more threatening to a home than the presence of water. If you’re like most homeowners, you undoubtedly rely on your basement for storage, and if you have spent the time and money renovating your basement, the stakes are even higher. You simply can’t afford to wonder if your basement will start leaking after the next storm. Additionally, small leaks have a tendency to rapidly worsen, so even if you’ve noticed a seemingly minor problem, it is essential that you have our basement waterproofing experts come inspect your Carmel Indiana home and explain your options.

Here is a brief overview of the basement waterproofing services that we offer in Carmel, Indiana:

  • Internal waterproofing, where a covered trough is installed in the basement to collect any water that seeps through the foundation. This water is then re-routed away from the foundation and out of the home through a drainage system, often with the assistance of a pump.
  • External waterproofing, where the dirt immediately surrounding the foundation of the home is excavated and the existing drainage system is cleaned, repaired, and optimized to help prevent water from entering the basement.
  • Patented Multi-Step System – The Everdry Modern Drainage System takes care of surface water and the water that enters through cracks in your foundation wall.

Interesting fact(s) about Carmel, Indiana:

  • Until the 1800s, the area now known as Carmel went by the name Bethlehem. It was originally inhabited by the Delaware Indians. The Town of Bethlehem was laid out by John Felps, Seth Green, Alexander Mills and Daniel Warren in April of 1837. The name was changed to “Carmel,” after the Biblical mountain in 1856 and Carmel was officially incorporated in 1874. One of the USA’s first automatic traffic signals was installed in Carmel in 1924.

Basement Waterproofing Carmel, Indiana

To learn more about our basement waterproofing Carmel Indiana services and for help determining the best approach for your home, contact Everdry Basement Waterproofing Carmel, Indiana, today. We’ll gladly visit your home, inspect your basement, and explain your options.